Lyophilization Services of New England (LSNE) has continued their expansion with the addition of increased cGMP storage capabilities at its 7 Commerce Drive facility located in Bedford, New Hampshire. This new space is intended to accommodate clients' increased needs for validated storage capacity. The expansion provides for short and long-term cGMP storage of controlled room temperature, refrigerated, and frozen (-20oC and -80oC) temperature-sensitive products.
"The 7 Commerce Drive facility is equipped with validated storage chambers, redundant refrigeration systems and backup generators that are continuously monitored and supported by 24/7 on-site supervision. All of LSNE's cGMP facilities and equipment are designed with a high level of redundancy that reduce risks to our clients' valuable products," said Damon Abernathy, Vice President of Operations at LSNE.
In addition to the validated storage capabilities, the expansion added larger ICH stability chambers for all standard storage conditions including -20°C, 2-8°C, 25°C/60%RH, 30°C/65%RH, 40°C/75%RH.
"Having 80,000 cubic feet of additional on-site cGMP temperature-controlled storage will ensure products reaching patients around the world are stored properly. We understand dependable storage is critical to our clients' products," said Shawn Cain, Chief Operating Officer at LSNE.